Azamara Club Cruises

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Azamara Club Cruises* promises to give you more: more authentic service, more luxury hotel-like design, more time in destinations - often at smaller, more convenient ports that other liners can't access - and, above all, more immersive experiences in those destinations.

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Check out the latest deals, discounts and online savings from Azamara Club Cruises and save on your next stylish cruise to worldwide destinations in 2020/2021 including Cuba, Hawaii, Panama, Australia and New Zealand.

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About Azamara luxury cruises

Azamara*'s upmarket voyages appeal to more discerning travellers keen to access out-of-the-ordinary destinations outside of the cruising mainstream. You're promised high-end amenities and service, from speciality fine dining to butler service in every luxury suite, across the company's three intimate ships, each of which accommodates around 700.

Azamara Pursuit luxury cruise ship © Azamara Club Cruises
Azamara Pursuit luxury cruise ship © Azamara Club Cruises

The brand's hallmark is that you get to stay longer and experience more at a destination - with those unusually boutique vessels often enabling stops in smaller ports closer to the action or voyages along quieter rivers. Spanning culinary, cultural, active and artisan, its shore excursions aim to let passengers immerse themselves in each location's fabric.

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Why cruise with Azamara?

Above all, what separates Amazara from the cruising crowd is its focus on enabling passengers to thoroughly explore local life at each port of call. This happens via Destination Immersion Experiences*: activities with expert local tour operators ranging from mozzarella-making with an Italian family to French Riviera morning walks and all-day adventures in Costa Rican rainforest.

Those ports of call are often smaller ones where larger ships can't fit, places such as the heart of Venice or beside central Bangkok. Azamara's boutique-style boats, with a maximum of 702 guests, also stay longer than other cruise lines at each destination, and often overnight. Onboard, you're promised inclusive amenities galore, ultra-friendly staff, fine-dining and an indulgent spa.

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Azamara's fleet of cruise ships

Azamara's current fleet consists of three uncrowded, boutique-sized ships: Azamara Journey* - the only one boasting a casino - Azamara Quest* and the newer, slightly larger Azamara Pursuit*.

Similar in terms of layout, the trio have recently undergone a collective £13 million revamp which has yielded such luxuries as new high-end bedding, flat-screen televisions, new balcony decking and wi-fi in all staterooms and public areas.

Almost all staterooms* offer ocean views, while 68% of them now contain a private balcony. All accommodation has the high-design look of a snazzy boutique hotel. Most relaxing are Club Spa Suites* thanks to their glass-enclosed bathtubs and proximity to, yes, the spa.

Elsewhere, you'll find the main restaurant serving global cuisine, an indoor and outdoor buffet alternative and various speciality restaurants including Italian and steakhouse options, plus several bars, a cinema and relaxed lounges. Once per voyage, a poolside White Night Party is held on deck involving a large-scale barbecue and live music.

Ships Capacity Decks Restaurants Bars Pools
Azamara Journey* 690 8 5 5 2
Azamara Quest* 690 8 5 5 2
Azamara Pursuit* 702 8 5 3 2

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Azamara destinations

Throughout each year, Azamara serves most of the world, with stops everywhere from Africa and Australasia to South America and the South Pacific; the only real exceptions are Canada, Antarctica and the Arctic.

  • Africa* - Angola, Gambia, Ghana, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, South Africa, Tanzania
  • Asia* - Bahrain, China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Myanmar, Oman, Philippines, Qatar, Singapore, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, Vietnam
  • Caribbean* - Antigua, Bahamas, Barbados, Bonaire, British Virgin Islands, Cuba, Curacao, Dominican Republic, Grand Cayman, Grenadines, Guadeloupe, Haiti, Puerto Rico, St Barts, St Kitt, St Lucia, St Maarten, St Thomas, Virgin Islands
  • Central & North America* - Aruba, Bermuda, Colombia, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama, USA
  • Northern & Western Europe* - Belgium, Channel Islands, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Iceland, Ireland, Latvia, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, Sweden, UK
  • Oceania* - Australia, Cook Islands, French Polynesia, New Zealand
  • South America* - Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Falkland Islands, Peru, Uruguay
  • Southern Europe & Mediterranean* - Cape Verde, Croatia, Cyprus, Egypt, France, Greece, Israel, Italy, Jordan, Malta, Monaco, Montenegro, Morocco, Oman, Slovenia, Spain, Turkey

Choose from multi-destination itineraries, still with an emphasis on immersion, or Country Intensive Voyages* to lands such as Spain, France, Italy, Japan and Greece. Also available with these are Land and Sea Packages, allowing for a stay before your country-intensive journey begins.

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Azamara FAQs

Is there a members' club for Azamara?

Yes - enrol with Azamara's Le Club Voyage* and every sailing will score you points toward complimentary nights, complimentary Internet and laundry, spa savings and access to private onboard gatherings and special events.

What do Azamara fares include?

While Azamara* isn't all-inclusive, it does offer many fare inclusions. Free for those in all categories are nonalcoholic beverages, selected alcoholic drinks (such as wine, beer and cocktails), self-service laundry, some shuttles to port towns, meals at restaurants except Prime C and Aqualina, all gratuities and typically one local-inspired 'AzAmazing Evening' shoreside event per voyage.

What does the name Azamara mean?

It's partly derived from early Romance languages, including blue ('az') and the sea ('mar'), and also inspired by a star, Acamar, which in Classical times was the most southern bright star visible from Greece.

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Updated on Monday 28th September 2020

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